Պլուտարքեայ Քերովնացւոյ Զուգակշիռք [Plutarch of Chaeronea's Parallels/Parallel Lives]-01, translated from Greek to Armenian by Eghia T'omachan (Venice, 1834) in six volumes. Plutarch (about A.D. 46-120) was a biographer, essayist, priest, ambassador, and magistrate. He is best known for his Lives of notable Greek and Roman figures, often describing two individuals separately and then comparing them. Lives: T'e'se'os/Theseus, Hr'omulos/Romulus, Liwkurgos/Lycurgus, Numas/Numa Pompilius, Soghon, Popghikoghas/Poplicola, T'emistokghe's, and Kamillos. This is volume 1 of 6, in 651 bookmarked pdf pages. Attached to the document are the corresponding Lives in English, from the Dryden/Clough edition (Philadelphia, 1860), bookmarked and searchable. Compiled by Robert Bedrosian.